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Michigan Theatre Presents “The Cameraman”.   Doors open at 6:30 pm. Film begins at 7:00 pm. Admission is $5. Michigan Theatre Members receive FREE ADMISSION.  Michigan Theatre, Downtown Jackson.

J-DART Fundraiser at Culver’s. 4 PM to 8 PM. JDART is a non-profit organization that provides support services to Jackson County First Responders. Our volunteers provide food, beverages and rehab services 24/7/365 in all weather conditions to our Police, Fire, EMS and support agency personnel.  Grab your family and friends and come on out for dinner or simply come for dessert. A portion of your purchase is donated to J-Dart to help with operational expenses and supplies. If you can’t stay, the take out and drive thru purchases will also go toward our fundraiser.  We look forward to seeing you there

Djangophonique at Jerry’s Pub & Restaurant. 7:30 PM.  This is a fundraiser for the Brooklyn Food Pantry; any size donation will be accepted for admission.  Djangophonique is a musical project born out of reverence for the Parisian Jazz Manouche style that was made popular by the legendary Sinti guitarist Django Reinhardt and his Quintette du Hot Club de France. While remaining steeped in the rich and virtuosic tradition, the group brings this music into the present with stunning improv, spontaneity and musical interaction. Hot swing, lush ballads, musette waltzes, jazz standards, boleros, and moody minor pieces are all fused together with theatrical flair and musical humor.  Jerry’s Pub, 650 Egan Highway, Brooklyn.

Freddi Astraia Show.  7 PM to 9 PM.  Join Pop and R&B artist Fredii Astraia at Grand River Brewery in Jackson, MI for a fun night of originals and covers.  Grand River Brewery, Downtown Jackson.

Bringing the Village to Live:  The YPOP Story Exhibit.   Diane Washington and Ella Sharp Museum present “Bringing the Village to Life: The YPOP Explorers-Young People of Purpose Story”. Exhibit and program support comes from American 1 Credit Union.  What started out as a way to introduce art to youth has become a community outreach movement: YPOP (Young People of Purpose). The exhibition, Bringing the Village to Life: The YPOP Story, now on exhibit at Ella Sharp Museum. See the story of Jackson’s Diane Washington and the YPOP organization.  Ella Sharp Museum

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